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Caviar Launches Brooklyn Delivery Service; Cooking With Diana Kennedy

Plus, an LA-based "massive food emporium" is expanding to Seattle.

BROOKLYN— High-end delivery service Caviar is now available in Brooklyn, one year after its Manhattan launch. Eater NY reports restaurants like Motorino, Prime Meats, and Briskettown are among Brooklyn's participating restaurants, with the app and service adding a $4.99 delivery charge on top of all orders. In August, Caviar was acquired by mobile payment company Square. [ENY]

MEXICO— Author/Mexican food ambassador Diana Kennedy will host a one-off culinary "boot camp" at the new Diana Kennedy Center, aka her ranch in Michoácan, Mexico. The week-long trip, scheduled for January 18 to 25, 2015, will include three days studying with Kennedy, in addition to excursions to Mexico City and Zitácuaro. The $3,500 trip includes hotels, all meals, and cooking classes, with a portion acting as a tax-deductible donation to the Diana Kennedy Center. More information here. [EaterWire]

SEATTLE— Los Angeles restaurateur Tony Riviera is bringing his upscale grocery /restaurant emporium the Market Hall to Seattle: Eater Seattle reports the concept is slated for downtown, and will include "a restaurant and Eataly-esque/Dean and Deluca-ish grocery." The Market Hall recently announced expansion plans for San Francisco, San Diego, and Dallas, and hopes to have all four open by spring 2015. [ESEA]

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